International books and book chapters 2017

BOOKS

  1. Casaca, Sara Falcão and Lortie Johanne (2017). Handbook Gender and Organizational Change. International Training Centre of the International Labour Organization, Turin – Italy, 117 pp. ISBN 978-92-9049-808-7. 
  2. Falconi, J. Forthcoming (eds. A.M.Leite, C.T.R.Secco, J.Falconi, S. Khan e K.Krakowska) Written and Visual Narratives of the Post-colonial Nation. Bern: Peter Lang.
  3. Galán, E. Martínez-Galán, E; 2017; A contribution to evaluate the impact of Global Value Chains, Lambert Academic Publishing, New York
  4. Isaias, P. & Carvalho, L. (2017). User Innovation and the Entrepreneurship Phenomenon in the Digital Economy. IGI Global. EISBN13: 9781522528272 
  5. Issa, T., Isaias, P., & Issa, T. (2017). Sustainability, Green IT and Education Strategies in the 21st Century. New York: Springer. ISBN 978-3-319-57070-9. 
  6. Issa, T., Kommers, P., Isssa, T., Isaias, P., & Issa, T. (2017). Smart Technology Applications in Business: Global Perspectives. IGI Global. EISBN13: 9781522524939 
  7. Mendes, I., Borges, M.R., Coelho, M. & Mendes, Z. (Coord.) (2017). Annals of Applied Economics – Anais de Economia Aplicada, ASEPELT 2017, Number XXXI, Real Economy and Finance – Economia Real e Finanças. SOCIUS, ISEG, ASEPELT. ISBN: 978-989-96593-5-3. 
  8. Sangreman, C. Carlos Sangreman (2017). Observando direitos na Guiné – Bissau – Educação, Saúde, Habitação, Água, Energia, Saneamento, Justiça e Meios de Subsistência”, Edição Liga dos Direitos Humanos na Guiné Bissau, ACEP e CESA, Lisboa e Bissau, 120pp.
  9. Sangreman, C. Carlos Sangreman, Fernando Carvalho, Raquel Faria, Tânia Santos, Sandra Silva, Carlos Lopes, João Monteiro, Ana Bénard da Costa e Pedro Fraga (2017). The cluster as a theoretical and practical tool for Portuguese international cooperation for development”, the case of Mozambique, East Timor, São Tomé and Príncipe, and Angola”, e-book, CESA e FCT, Lisboa, pp. 1-200.

CHAPTERS IN INTERNATIONAL BOOKS

  1. Afonso, C. & Brites, R. (2017), Potentialities of the Qualitative Analysis Assisted by Computer: An Exploratory Study About Content Value Perception in TripAdvisor, Chapter in book Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, in book: Computer Supported Qualitative Research, Sringer edition, 71-79. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-61121-1_6
  2. Afonso, C., Gavilan, D., Gonçalves, H. & García-Mandariaga, J. (2017), Green Consumer Segmentation: Managerial and Environmental Implications from the Perspective of Business Strategies and Practices, chapter in book Sustainability in Innovation and Entrepreneurship, 137-151. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-57318-2_9
  3. Branco, A. “Branco, Amélia; Gomes, Ester (2017), “”Growth, Institutional Change and Inovation, 1820-1930″” in Freire, Dulce; Lains, Pedro (Eds), An Agricultural History of Portugal. Economic Development on the European Frontier, 1000-2000, Leiden: Brill, pp. 219- 244.
  4. Cardao-Pito, T. (2017). “Are they all the same? Banking and financial crises in debt- ridden Euroarea countries”. in Rajmund Mirdala, Rosaria Rita Canale (Editors), (2017). ” Economic Imbalances and Institutional Changes to the Euro and the European Union”. Emerald, pp. 305-331. 
  5. Casaca, Sara Falcão (2017). “Women on boards in Portugal – the slow progress of the normative framework”, in Seierstad, Cathrine; Gabaldon, Patricia; Mensi-Klarbach, Heike (eds), Gender Diversity in the Boardroom: European Perspectives on Increasing Female Representation, London: Palgrave Macmillan, pp: 45-74.
  6. Casaca, Sara Falcão and Perista, Heloísa (2017). “Older workers in Portugal: a gender sensitive approach”, in Léime, A; Krekula, C.; Street, D; Vickerstaff, S.; Loretto, W. (eds), Gender, Ageing and Extended Working Life, London: Policy Press, pp: 137-156.
  7. Coelho, M. (2017). “Management and control of hunting resources: the Portuguese case”, in Mendes, I., Borges, M.R., Coelho, M. & Mendes, Z. (Coord.) (2017). Annals of Applied Economics – Anais de Economia Aplicada, ASEPELT 2017, Number XXXI, Real Economy and Finance – Economia Real e Finanças. SOCIUS, ISEG, ASEPELT. ISBN: 978-989-96593-5-3. pp. 389-398.
  8. Coelho, M. (2017). Climate Change and Strategic Social Responsibility Positioning of Multinational Enterprises in the Finance Sector”, in McIntyre, J., Ivanaj, S, Ivanaj, V. & Kar, R. (Edts.), Climate Change Implications for Multinational enterprises’ corporate social responsibility; Business not-as-usual, New Horizons In International Business, EE- Edward Elgar, Forthcoming.
  9. Coelho, M. PIRES, A. & COELHO, M. (2017), “Fisheries producers organizations in Portugal: experiencing “co-management”?”, in Mendes, I., Borges, M.R., Coelho, M. & Mendes, Z. (Coord.) (2017). Annals of Applied Economics – Anais de Economia Aplicada, ASEPELT 2017, Number XXXI, Real Economy and Finance – Economia Real e Finanças. SOCIUS, ISEG, ASEPELT. ISBN: 978-989-96593-5-3. pp.378-388.
  10. Coelho, M. SILVA, A., FERREIRA, M., FILIPE; J. & COELHO, M. (2016/2017), “The Portuguese Tourism Market: A Model”, in  Rontos, K. , Filipe, J. & Tsartas, P. (Eds.), Modeling and New Trends in Tourism: A Contribution to Social and Economic Development, Hospitality, Tourism and Marketing Studies, Nova Publishers, USA (SCOPUS)
  11. Cunha, N., Loureiro, S.M.C., & Sarmento, E.M. (2018). Social partner characteristics as facilitators of the wine co-creation experiences. In Marianna Sigala & Richard Robinson (eds.). Managing and marketing wine tourism and destinations: theory and cases (forthcoming). Palgrave: Basingstoke
  12. Dentinho, Tomaz; Joaquim Ramos Silva (2017). Causes and Effects of Foreign Direct Investment in South Asia. In Sumana Bandyopadhyay, André Torre, Paulo Casaca, Tomaz Dentinho, (Eds), Regional Cooperation in South Asia. Heidelberg: Springer, pp. 31-45. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-56747-1_3
  13. Duarte, P. (2017): “China in the Hearland: The One Belt One Road challenges and opportunities for Central Asia”. [to be published by September 2017 in a peer-reviewed e-book as part of the Central Asia Program]. Remark: This publication was the subject of a special distinction and funding that the author received from NAC-NU Central Asia Studies Program (George Washington University). The author was invited to present the conclusions of his study at a workshop in Astana, Nazarbaev University.
  14. Duarte, Paulo (2017). “Changes in the World Power: The United States within the New Balance of Power”, pp. 2-23, in Eurasian Economies in Transition, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, edited by Gencer, A.; Sözen, I. & Sari, S.
  15. Évora, I. “Does Black Studies matter in Portugal? Assumptions on research agenda and social activism”, In: Mazzocchetti, N. (et al. ) Black Studies in Europe. A Transnational Dialogue, Université Libres de Bruxelles, Bruxelas.
  16. Évora, I. Évora, I. (2017) “L`ambition épsitemologique. Mobilités, migrations, diaspora et la construction de nouvelles catégories dans le champ migratoire capverdien”. In Pierre-Joseph Laurent (ed.) Migrations, famille et politiques publiques des pays d’accueils. Etudes comparées des migrations capverdiennes en Europe et aux USA, Louvain-la-Neuve, UCL(forthcoming december)
  17. Évora, I. Évora, I. (2017) “Entre mitos e equívocos. Classificações e representações sobre migrações africanas”. In. João Feijó (ed.)) Novas dinâmicas económicas, movimentos migratórios e relações rural-urbano em Moçambique, Maputo: Alcance Ed. (forthcoming, december)
  18. Falconi, J. Forthcoming (co-authored with Ana Mafalda Leite) “Island of Mozambique: narratives from a contact zone”, in Filipa Prata and Doris Wieser (eds.) Lusophone cities. Bern: Peter Lang.
  19. Ferreira, J.M.C. (2017). “Os Direitos Humanos como fenómeno de expiação histórica da civilização judaico-cristã”. In Fernando Bomfim Mariana, Fábio Teixeira Pitta, Lúcia Emília N. B. Bruno, Rodrigo Rosa da Silva (Orgs.). Terrorismo de Estado, direitos humanos e movimentos sociais. São Paulo/SP, Editora Entremares, 2017. 264 p. ISBN 978-85-93890-01-7.
  20. Frias, S. (2017). Mulheres em contextos subsarianos. Breve nota sobre os seus mundos e as suas circunstâncias, in Falar de Mulheres. Dez anos depois. No Centenário do Conselho Nacional das Mulheres Portuguesas. N. de Famalicão, Húmus, pp. 233-244 (ISBN: 978-989-755-245-8)
  21. GASPAR, Marisa C. In print (2017). “O Chá Gordo está servido! Identidade e Património Macaense” [Fat Tea is served! Macanese identity and heritage], in O Macaense: Identidade, Cultura e Quotidiano, edited by the University of Saint Joseph, International Institute of Macau, and CEPCEP-Universidade Católica Portuguesa.
  22. Gomes, J. V., & Romão, M. (2017). “Aligning Information Systems and Technology with Benefit Management and Balanced Scorecard”. In S. De Haes, & W. Van Grembergen (eds.) Strategic IT Governance and Alignment in Business Settings. pp. 112-131. Hershey, PA: IGI Global. DOI:10.4018/978-1-5225-0861-8.ch005. 
  23. Gomes, J.V. & Romão, M. (2017). “Balanced Scorecard: Today’s Challenges”. In: Rocha Á., Correia A., Adeli H., Reis L., Costanzo S. (eds) Recent Advances in Information Systems and Technologies. Vol. 1, pp 648-657. Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, vol 569. Springer, Cham. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-56535-4_64. 
  24. Gomes, J.V. & Romão, M. (2017). “Enhancing Organisational Maturity with Benefits Management”. In Information Resources Management Association (Eds.), Project Management: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications, chapter 83, pp. 1689-1703. Hershey, PA: IGI Global. DOI: 10.4018/978-1-5225-0196-1.ch083. 
  25. Gomes, J.V. & Romão, M. (2018). “Information Systems and Technology Projects in Healthcare Organisations”. Encyclopedia of Information Science and Technology 4th Edition, chapter 326. Hershey, PA: Information Science Reference. p. 3756- 3766. DOI: 10.4018/978-1-5225-2255-3.ch326. 
  26. Gomes, J.V. & Romão, M. (2018). “Sustainable Competitive Advantage with the Balanced Scorecard approach”. Encyclopedia of Information Science and Technology, 4th Edition, chapter 496. Hershey, PA: Information Science Reference. p. 5714 – 5725. DOI:10.4018/978-1-5225-2255-3.ch496. 
  27. GONCALVES, T. N. R. ; BOCCHETTI, A. ; VALENTIM, Igor Vinicius Lima; 2017; Desviar das formas para caminhar na docência: modos colaborativos de interromper uma lógica formativa; Ensino de didática: entre ressignificações e possibilidades; Giseli Barreto da Cruz; Ana Teresa de Carvalho Correa de Oliveira; Maria das Graças Chagas de Arruda Nascimento (Orgs.). Curitiba, Brazil: CRV; p. 139-156.
  28. Graça, João Carlos & Correia, Rita Gomes (2017). “Liberia”. In Head, D. (2017). Encyclopedia of the Atlantic World, 1400–1900: Europe, Africa, and the Americas in An Age of Exploration, Trade, and Empires [2 volumes], Santa Barbara, California, pp. 369-371. 
  29. Graça, João Carlos; Correia, Rita Gomes (2017). Revisão e re-submissão. “Capitalism”, The SAGE International Encyclopedia of Mass Media and Society, SAGE Publications, Inc., Thousand Oaks, California.
  30. Graça, João Carlos; Correia, Rita Gomes (2017). Revisão e re-submissão. “History and Economics of Journalism”, The SAGE International Encyclopedia of Mass Media and Society, SAGE Publications, Inc., Thousand Oaks, California.
  31. Graça, João Carlos; Correia, Rita Gomes (2017). Revisão e re-submissão. “Impartiality”, The SAGE International Encyclopedia of Mass Media and Society, SAGE Publications, Inc., Thousand Oaks, California. Em co-autoria com João Carlos Graça.
  32. Graça, João Carlos; Correia, Rita Gomes (2017). Revisão e re-submissão. “Spiral of Silence”, The SAGE International Encyclopedia of Mass Media and Society, SAGE Publications, Inc., Thousand Oaks, California. Em co-autoria com João Carlos Graça.
  33. Graça, João Carlos; Correia, Rita Gomes (2017). Revisão e re-submissão. “Uses and Gratifications Theory”, The SAGE International Encyclopedia of Mass Media and Society, SAGE Publications, Inc., Thousand Oaks, California. Em co-autoria com João Carlos Graça.
  34. Graça, João Carlos; Correia, Rita Gomes (2017). Submissão “Artificial insemination”, Inventions and Technology in World History: An Encyclopedia of Technological Developments from Prehistory to the Space Age, ABCCLIO, Inc., Santa Barbara, California. Em co-autoria com João Carlos Graça.
  35. Graça, João Carlos; Correia, Rita Gomes (2017). Submissão “Daniel Bernouli”, Inventions and Technology in World History: An Encyclopedia of Technological Developments from Prehistory to the Space Age, ABCCLIO, Inc., Santa Barbara, California. Em co-autoria com João Carlos Graça.
  36. Graça, João Carlos; Correia, Rita Gomes (2017). Submissão “Macadam”, Inventions and Technology in World History: An Encyclopedia of Technological Developments from Prehistory to the Space Age, ABCCLIO, Inc., Santa Barbara, California. Em co-autoria com João Carlos Graça.
  37. Graça, João Carlos; Correia, Rita Gomes (2017). Submissão “Metronome”, Inventions and Technology in World History: An Encyclopedia of Technological Developments from Prehistory to the Space Age, ABCCLIO, Inc., Santa Barbara, California. Em co-autoria com João Carlos Graça.
  38. Graça, João Carlos; Correia, Rita Gomes (2017). Submissão “Personal computer”, Inventions and Technology in World History: An Encyclopedia of Technological Developments from Prehistory to the Space Age, ABCCLIO, Inc., Santa Barbara, California. Em co-autoria com João Carlos Graça.
  39. Graça, João Carlos; Correia, Rita Gomes (2017). Submissão “Spinning mule”, Inventions and Technology in World History: An Encyclopedia of Technological Developments from Prehistory to the Space Age, ABCCLIO, Inc., Santa Barbara, California. Em co-autoria com João Carlos Graça.
  40. Graça, João Carlos; Correia, Rita Gomes (2017). Submissão “Stethoscope”, Inventions and Technology in World History: An Encyclopedia of Technological Developments from Prehistory to the Space Age, ABCCLIO, Inc., Santa Barbara, California. Em co-autoria com João Carlos Graça.
  41. Gregorio, T. I. & Isaias, P. (2017). CRM 2.0 and Mobile CRM: a framework proposal and study in European recruitment agencies. In Tomayess Issa, Piet Kommers, Theodora Issa, Pedro Isaias and Touma Issa (Ed.), Smart Technology Applications in Business Environments (pp. 322-342) Hershey, PA, United States: IGI Global. doi:10.4018/978-1-5225-2492-2.ch015 https://www.igi-global.com/chapter/crm-20-and-mobile-crm/179046
  42. Gubareva, M., Gomes, O., Piteira, M., Correia, A., Proença, C., Guevara, N., & Quinter, J. (2017). The Methodology and Implementation of a Knowledge Management System in the Economic Area of a High Polytechnic School: Case Study LABS. In A. Tavidze (Eds.), Progress in Economics Research, vol. 37 (Pp. 185-214). Nova Science Publishers: New York. ISBN 978-1-536-10-955-9 ISSN 1549-1552 (SCOPUS Indexed)
  43. Henriques, I. “Os Africanos em Portugal: integração e africanidade (séculos XV-XIX)”, in História Geral da África, volume 9, Paris, UNESCO (no prelo); “ “Modalidades da ‘escravatura’ no centro-sul de África (séculos XVIII-XIX)”, in História Geral da África, volume 9, Paris, UNESCO (no prelo).
  44. Iglésias, O. Neves, Olga Maria Lopes serrão Iglésias. 2017. O Movimento Associativo Africano em Moçambique. Tradição e Luta (1926-1962). 1 Vol. Novas Edições Acadêmicas/ OmniScriptum Group. Beau Bassin (Mauritius). 309 p.
  45. Lopes, Daniel S. 2017. “Libor and Euribor: From normal banking practice to manipulation to the potential for reform”. In The Routledge Companion to Banking Regulation and Reform, ed. Ismail Erturk & Daniela Gabor, Oxon, Routledge, pp. 225-239. ISBN: 978-0-415-85593-8.
  46. Loureiro, S.M.C. & Bilro, R.G. (2017). Be or not Be Online Engaged: Exploring the Flow from Stimuli to e-wom on Online Retail Consumers. In Mário Rodrigues and Marlene Amorim (eds.). Exploring the Power of Electronic Word-of-Mouth in the Services Industry (forthcoming) IGI Global: Hershey, Pennsylvania, USA
  47. Loureiro, S.M.C. (2017). Consumption and well-being: collecting experiences rather than material possessions. In Hans-Ruediger Kaufmann and Mohammad Fateh Ali Khan Panni (eds.). Socio-economic Perspectives on Consumer Engagement and Buying Behavior, chapter 12 (section 4: Consumer Behavior and Engagement: Industry and Corporate Cases) (pp. 247-277) IGI Global: Hershey, Pennsylvania, USA. ISBN13: 9781522521396|ISBN10: 1522521399|EISBN13: 9781522521402| doi: 10.4018/978-1-5225-2139-6
  48. Loureiro, S.M.C. (2017). Fashion Luxury Brands: Bridging the Gaps between Cutting-Edge Fashion and Corporate Social Responsibility Concerns. In Tsan-Ming Choi and Bin Shen (eds.). Luxury Fashion Retail Management, chapter 11-part III (pp. 185-198). Springer: Malaysia doi: 10.1007/978-981-10-2976-9_11 Print ISBN: 978-981-10-2974-5 Online ISBN: 978-981-10-2976-9
  49. Loureiro, S.M.C. and Amorim, M. (2017). Customers’ online interaction experiences with fashion brands: e-information and e-buying. E-Business-State of the Art of ICT Based Challenges and Solutions, chapter 5 (pp. 81-97). InTech: Rijeka ISBN 978-953-51-4972-9. ISBN 978-953-51-4972-9. Print ISBN 978-953-51-2883-0. doi: 10.5772/66619
  50. Loureiro, S.M.C., & Guerreiro, J. (2018). Psychological behavior of generation Y: living between real and virtual reality. In Megan Gerhardt and Joy VanEck Peluchette (ed.)., Millennials: Characteristics, Trends and Perspectives (forthcoming). NOVA science publishers, Inc: New-York, USA
  51. Loureiro, S.M.C., & Panchapakesan, P. (2016). How to achieve subjective well-being through medical tourism: the engagement process through credibility, desire and experience. In Alexandra M. Columbus (eds.) Advances in Psychology Research, Vol. 120, chapter 4 (pp. 1-25). NOVA science publishers, Inc: New-York, USA. ISBN: 978-1-53610-577-3. https://www.novapublishers.com/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=60380&osCsid=867e8945c99a9b4261192555381b5a14
  52. Loureiro, S.M.C., & Sarmento, E. M. (2017). Relationship Marketing on Social Software Platforms. In Saurabh Kumar Dixit (ed.). Handbook of Consumer Behaviour in Hospitality and Tourism, Chapter 30 (section 4 consumer Loyalty Outlook) (pp. 1-16). Abingdon, Oxford: Routledge – Taylor and Francis Group Publishing eISBN: 9781315659657; ISBN-10: 1138961671; ISBN-13: 978-1138961678. https://www.routledge.com/The-Routledge-Handbook-of-Consumer-Behaviour-in-Hospitality-and-Tourism/Dixit/p/book/9781138961678
  53. Loureiro, S.M.C., & Sarmento, E. M. (2017). The impact of generation y’s customer experience on emotions: online banking sector. In Alla Kravets, Maxim Shcherbakov, Marina Kultsova, and Peter Groumpos (Eds.). Creativity in Intelligent Technologies and Data Science (Communications in Computer and Information Science), chapter 45 (pp.616-639). Springer: Berlin. doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-65551-2_45. ISBN-13: 978-3319655505. ISBN-10: 3319655507
  54. Loureiro, S.M.C., & Sarmento, E. M. (2018). Social Media in Gastronomic Tourism: Tourists’ lifestyle and foodservice tendencies in social media. In Saurabh Kumar Dixit (ed.), Routledge Handbook of Gastronomic Tourism (forthcoming). Routledge: Abingdon, Oxford
  55. Loureiro, S.M.C., Panchapakesan, P., & Doignon, D. (2018). Corporate Social Responsible Luxury: Reality or Fad?. In Charles Richard Baker (ed.), Corporate Social Responsibility. (forthcoming). NOVA science publishers, Inc: New-York, USA
  56. Magrinho, André; Joana Neves, Joaquim Ramos Silva (2017). The Triple Helix Model: Evidence in the Internationalization of the Health Industry. In Luísa Cagica de Carvalho (Ed.), Handbook of Research on Entrepreneurial Development and Innovation within Smart Cities. New York: IGI Global, pp. 68-88. DOI: 10.4018/978-1-5225-1978-2.ch004
  57. Marsilio, C. (2017) A ‘workless Paradise’. The Genoese Exchange fairs (16th-17th centuries), paper presented an the International Conference Histoire de l’économie sans travail. Finances, investissements et spéculation de l’Antiquité à nos jours, 8-1010 June 2017, Florence (Italy).
  58. Marsilio, C. “(2017) Before the ‘Financial Revolution’. The Genoese case: instruments and institutions (XVII c.), paper presented at Money, Power and Print: An Interdisciplinary Colloquium on the Financial Revolution, Siegen (Germany), June 2018.
  59. Marsilio, C. (2017) ‘Better lose than waste your money’, Exchange rates and Spanish Asientos: New evidences from Genoese bankers’ archives (1620s-1660s), paper presented at the International Conference “Kaufmannbankiers und Herrscherfinanzen. Zwischen Diversifizierung von Märkten und Prozessen der Staatsbildung (14.-18. Jahrhundert)“, Otto-Friedrich-Universität Bamberg, 8– 9 December 2017, Bamberg (Germany).
  60. Marsilio, C. (2017) Le fiere di cambio del XVI-XVII secolo: Medina del Campo un “caso a parte”, in H. Casado Alonso (ed.), Simón Ruiz y el mundo de los negócios en Europa en los siglos XVI-XVII, Valladolid, 2017, pp. 219-235.
  61. Marques, R. (2017). Complexidade e Problemas sociais: desafios para a Guiné-Bissau. In: Vários (Eds.) Governação Integrada na Guiné Bissau – olhares sobre os problemas sociais complexos, Lisboa: Instituto Padre António Vieira, pp. 11-31.
  62. Neves, J.C. & Gonçalves, V. (2017), “Higher Education in Management: the Case of Portugal” in The Future of Management Education., Ed., Palgrave Macmillan, vol. 1, pp. 311-329. 
  63. Portella, M. C. (2017). Republicanism and Nationalism in Angola in Late Nineteenth Century. In: Garcia, J. L.; Kaul, C.; Subtil, F. e Santos, A. (ed). Media and Portuguese Empire. Palgrave Macmillan: 107-123. ISBN: 978-3-319-61791-6 DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-61792-3
  64. Santos, A. C. (2017). “Cooperação, transparência e troca de informações fiscais: estratégia da aranha ou declaração de boas intenções?” in Jiménez, C., Novoa, C. Garcia & J. Fernandèz C. (org.), Nueva fiscalidad, Estudios en homenaje a Jacques Malherbe, Bogotà: Instituto Colombiano de Derecho Tributario, 2017, pp. 107-148 (artigo elaborado a convite dos organizadores)
  65. Sobral, J. and Guedes Soares, C. (2017). “Physical safety barriers behaviour based on RAM analysis using DEMATEL method”. in Marko Čepin & Radim Briš (eds). Safety & Reliability – Theory and Applications. CRC Press – Taylor & Francis Group, London, UK, ISBN 978-1-138-62937-0.
  66. Vale, R. & Matos, P.V. (2017) “Is it Worth Adding a Celebrity? The Importance of Brand Familiarity and Celebrity- Product Congruency Across NBs and PLs”, in Advances in National Brand and Private Label Marketing- Fourth International Conference 2017, eds. Martinez-Lopez, F.J., Gázquez-Abad, J.C., Ailawadi, K.L. and Yague-Guillen, M.J., p. 35-42, Springer International Publishing AG 2017 (DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-59701-0), 2017. 
  67. VALENTIM, Igor Vinicius Lima. 2017; Academic Pimping: Is Anyone Afraid of Researching Academic Relationships?; Doing Autoethnography; Sandra L. Pensoneau-Conway; Tony E. Adams; Derek M. Bolen. (Orgs.). Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Sense Publishers, p. 173-184.

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